Indus flows normally at Tarbela and downstream dams

Indus flows normally at Tarbela and downstream dams

Lahore: The Indus River is in normal currents at the Tarbela Reservoir and all the dams on the river. According to water records shared by the Flood Forecasting Division on Sunday.

 

The inflow at the downstream Kotri Barrage was measured for 86,200 cusecs and the outflow was 57,500 cusecs.Indus flows normally at Tarbela and downstream dams

 

Water levels in the Indus River have dropped after unprecedented monsoon rains and flash floods. caused by climate change.

 

Many areas in Sindh are submerged due to river flooding. including rainwater from Balochistan

 

Flash flooding was exacerbated by unprecedented monsoon rains in Sindha and Baluchistan. And flooding in the Indus River damaged thousands of crops and soil homes in the region.

 

A large lake formed by rainwater that still towers over the vast expanse of Sindha. causing millions of people to be displaced in the province

 

Water flows into the river at the Kuddu Dam with 59,800 Cusek and water out of 49,900 Cusek.Indus flows normally at Tarbela and downstream dams

 

The amount of water that flows into the river at Sukkoon Dam is measured at 46,600 Q and out 36,500 Q.

 

The Indus River is common at the Tarbela Reservoir, with 45,000 cusecs inflow and 83,800 cusecs outflow.

 

The amount of water inflow into the Indus River at Jinnah Barrage, Kalabagh receives 66,300 cusecs and outflows 58,300 cusecs.

 

The amount of water that enters the river at Chashma is measured for 101,900 cusecs and outflows 91,000 cusecs.

 

The amount of water inflow into the Indus at Tonsa Dam is 84,300 Cusek and outflow 59,500 Cusek.

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